Community Parodies Captain America: The Winter Soldier's Elevator Scene

Community’s latest paintball episode is online and it includes one scene that pays tribute to Captain America: The Winter Soldier. Just as Steve Rogers finds himself in an elevator surrounded by enemy agents, so too does Community’s Dean Pelton find himself apparently cornered by rival paintball players. » 5/21/15 12:20pm Yesterday 12:20pm

8 D-List Characters Who Tried And Failed To Replace A-List Superheroes

With a woman taking on the mantle of Thor and a new, heavily armored Batman in Gotham, the idea of a “replacement hero” — where a new character is introduced to take up a legacy hero’s name — is back in style. But more often than not, these shake-ups don’t workout. Here’s eight of the weirdest and worst replacements. » 5/20/15 10:00am Wednesday 10:00am

Another SHIELD Agent Joins Civil War And Martin Freeman's Role Revealed

Another day, another character added to Captain America: Civil War. It won’t shock you — or it shouldn’t — that Emily VanCamp will return to the movie as Sharon Carter, a.k.a. Agent 13, the age-appropriate love interest/relative of Agent Peggy. As for who Martin Freeman’s playing, well, that’s a bit more intriguing... » 5/07/15 7:30am 5/07/15 7:30am

9 Dumbest Ways To Reboot The Marvel Movie Universe

Avengers: Age of Ultron launches Phase 3 of Marvel’s movie universe. Which means even more interconnected stories, and brings us closer to the inevitable time when the universe is crushed under its own weight and has to restart from scratch. Here are the nine absolute worst ways that Marvel could reboot its movies. » 5/05/15 11:24am 5/05/15 11:24am

At Last, There’s A Movie That Makes The Avengers Truly Larger Than Life

The first Avengers movie was the first film to capture the scale and vibrancy of a comic book on screen. The sequel, Age of Ultron, marks a smaller but still significant advance: This is the first movie to make superheroes feel larger than normal people... by getting more personal. Here’s our spoiler-free review. » 5/01/15 8:15am 5/01/15 8:15am

The Secret History Of Marvel's Movies Before Iron Man: Part 1

The Marvel Cinematic Universe has changed the face of blockbuster movies as we know them today. But Marvel's own history with film started long before the first Iron Man film in 2008. Here's the history of Marvel movies on the big and small screen, from the 1940s to the dawn of the Avengers Initiative. » 3/11/15 12:00pm 3/11/15 12:00pm

Kris Anka's 'Cap A Day' Is A Great Gallery Of Steve Rogers' Best Looks

Comic artist Kris Anka is drawing a different Steve Rogers a day over on his tumblr, and half way through the month we've already got some wonderful doodles of Cap that show Steve loves changing his look just as much as he loves his country. Which is to say very, very much. So many Steves! » 2/17/15 2:30pm 2/17/15 2:30pm

Last Night's Episode Of Agent Carter Was Immensely Satisfying

It's only been a month, but already it feels as though Agent Carter has been putting us through the wringer. Our favorite war hero has been disrespected, double-crossed, and forced to feign incompetence in front of her colleagues. But last night, she finally got to show what she can do. Spoilers... » 2/04/15 8:30am 2/04/15 8:30am

Why Marvel's Civil War Movie Shouldn't Be Anything Like The Comic

Greetings, my lascivious envelope-lickers! Uh, that sounded dirtier than I intended. Sorry. In today's mailbag, I have the answers you seek — as long as you're wondering where the hell Disney's cartoons are hiding and whether Thor's hammer has accidentally killed somebody. Three, two, one, let's jam! » 1/21/15 9:05am 1/21/15 9:05am